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    What is your ideal riding weather conditions/temp/humidty/time of day...

    For logic's sake, in the morning (so that I have the rest of the day afterward to get things done). Start time at around 8am with dry air and temps in the high 50s.

    However, my body prefers an afternoon ride, weather/time permitting, because by then it's all warmed up and ready to go.

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    I like cool summer evening rides in the mountains. There's something about the sun getting low as I'm finishing up. However most of my rides are in the morning.
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    I like mid day in mid July at 110 degrees preferably.
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    I really like temps 40s-60s, early morning with minimal wind and blue skies. Fortunately for me, I don't mind riding in anything above 0F, with wind, gray skies, and a slight drizzle. Basically, I like riding and don't mind the MN weather.

    It is currently 80 and I'm wondering if that is too hot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I like mid day in mid July at 110 degrees preferably.
    Really?

    I thought you had a pretty narrow "window" of acceptable riding weather.
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    winter. low 20's and bluebird with fresh pow. lightweight pack boots, flat pedals, carhartts, no helmet. fly like the wind. blank canvas. dirt's ok, but there's nothing like leaving your john hancock all winter long before work after a night of new snowfall.

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    45-55 degrees at sunrise, preferably blue skies and dry trails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I like mid day in mid July at 110 degrees preferably.
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    70 to 75, Florida is so damn hot in the summer
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    Actually, I prefer mid morning, so the crowds have cleared a bit, 75-85 degrees, extremely low humidity. Always have low humidity here, so much cooler than 75 actually feels kind of chilly to me, 75-85 is perfect breathable t-shirt weather, IMO.
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    Gets quite toasty out here in AZ, so I prefer hopping on the bike at 4 am. I love the way the desert looks when the sun is just starting to come up. Also Tons of wildlife to see at that time with just about zero other riders.

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    40-60, early morning. Sunny, cloudy, a little drizzle, doesn't matter. Don't like hard rain though, I wear glasses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brisk Eddie View Post
    Don't like hard rain though, I wear glasses.
    Lol. Sweat on my glasses is worse to me than rain, that dirty streak always runs right down through my line of vision.
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    My favorite time to ride is in the fall... I like the colours, cooler temps, and no mosquitos! Midday and evening are best times

    For dh in summer I prefer riding in late afternoon. The trails aren't as busy and the animals come out. I don't mind the heat (20-30c/70 - 90f) but I don't care much for humidity
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    pretty simple, under 20% humidity 60-70 degrees... clouds are ok... in fact I tend to last longer with no sun...

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    I like to start about 10:00 in the morning and about 80 degrees. However I
    don't mind if its over a 100. I just drink a lot more water.

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    80±10° is good if humidity is low. Summertime in AZ means being on the trail before the sun is up. It can be tough crawling out of bed that early, but it usually ends up being worth it.
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    It's perfect shorts and t-shirt weather in Alaska, 20hrs a day with the sunlight.

    I was in Texas for the last couple weeks for work. Before I went down there, I thought I might rent a mountain bike to hit up some local trails.

    Hell no, it was miserable. Just brutal heat and humidity. Give me 65-70 degrees so I don't feel like crap on the bike while exerting myself and I'll be happy.
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    As long as it's over 40 degrees and under about 80 ,it's good.

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    So Cal winter temps in the mid 60's. Early afternoon.

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    Down here anything under 27C is nice, 25C is just perfect. Used to love early AM rides watching the sun rise, was hard to get up that early, but no problem with functioning once I got pedaling, now since I had the damn Chickengunya mornings are brutal, body just doesn't wake up, much prefer afternoons since the body has woken and warmed up properly When I visited CO, any time of day nearly was good in the summer, hot up there was like our cool days down here, rode all through the day, stopped for lunch and kept on going.
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    Early afternoon (takes me a while to get going on the mornings), dry, above 40°, below 90°, breezy if hot, at least somewhat sunny.
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    I'd say mid 70's and sunny with low humidity.
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    Ideal : 4pm -> sunset, 16 Deg C, 45% or less humid, clear and fresh
    Actual : 7am or 6pm, 37 Deg C, 95+% humid, smoggy, monsoon rains

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    60's and low humidity.

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    Between 20 and 40 degrees. Very late fall and early winter. Empty trails and NO BUGS!! Plus everything looks cool with snow on it.
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    Evening or morning (animals are active).
    If it's hot, I like to finish in the rain (it has happened once or twice ).
    If it's snowing, I like to finish in the sun.
    I don't like starting in the rain, and I hate Winter road riding.
    I can't put a number on temp. or humidity.

    I guess the only ride I shy away from is that one that starts right after lunch when it's 93F and 90% humidity, or 40F and raining, but I've done both more than a few times.

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    Early AM rides are my favorite but usually ride in the late afternoons - it is a pain to get up @5am - Since I'm on So Cal, 5pm is the earliest I can start in the summer, by the time I'm done is nice and cool. I've never ridden in the rain (again CA) but I'm really wanting to experience it.
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    75, sunny, low humidity, mid-day if you want my idea of ideal.

    My body hates riding in anything under 70 degrees, not that I don't do it but I would rather overheat then freeze. When I'm hot, my muscles work, when I'm cold they do not work very well.

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    75 ish and overcast. Living in S Fla that doesnt happen very often. I don't like being the first guy out since I'm not fond of spider webs in my mouth. Mid morning seems to work best. Getting caught in the rain is always a bonus since the trails respond to rain well here. Yesterday was like riding through 6" of sand in places due to lack of rain recently.
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    There were quite a few times this winter that if it was above freezing(like water better than ice) I went out on my road bike. I was ecstatic-I think it is being able to do something that is kind of impossible. Did a lot of hiking scoping out bike trails in the woods too. Very hot and humid today-got soaked-good way for me to lose weight.

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    I'll can tolerate just about any temperature but my body likes the heat. I'm good in the 70-90 range. Makes me feel supple and resilient. Below 40, not so much.

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    Sunny, 60º, 40%, 1:30 pm.... or .... Dark, 50º, 50%, 8 pm.

    Right now it's 7am, anything under 85º, and 99% humidity......

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I like mid day in mid July at 110 degrees preferably.

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    Really?

    I thought you had a pretty narrow "window" of acceptable riding weather.

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    Alright I cracked under pressure. I like mornings preferably, but I'll take an evening ride any time. Spring and fall are my favorite times to ride. Temps are ideal at 65 degrees but I'll have a pleasurable ride anywhere from 55 to 80 degrees. Anything past 80 or under 55 and I'm a grumpy bastard.
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    50's or 60's with low humidity, afternoon to evening.
    When it gets into the upper 80's, I can't drink water as fast as I sweat it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newmarketrog View Post
    winter. low 20's and bluebird with fresh pow. lightweight pack boots, flat pedals, carhartts, no helmet. fly like the wind. blank canvas. dirt's ok, but there's nothing like leaving your john hancock all winter long before work after a night of new snowfall.

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    from our ride today. Overcast, light drizzle, about 70deg.
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    Dry and even more dry. Since that is all you get out here in California. If anyone else rides in these conditions and is having a hard time finding a good tire config, I've found that a highroller II in the back and a Hans Dampf upfront is soooooooooooooo good.


    Something like a nice super gravity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mangchi BB View Post
    Dry and even more dry. Since that is all you get out here in California. If anyone else rides in these conditions and is having a hard time finding a good tire config, I've found that a highroller II in the back and a Hans Dampf upfront is soooooooooooooo good.


    Something like a nice super gravity.

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    Late morning. High 80s. 50% humidity.

    I despise the cold. I'd much rather ride at 95 than 45.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayem View Post
    It's perfect shorts and t-shirt weather in Alaska, 20hrs a day with the sunlight.
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    Sunny, lows 60's, low humidity but I'll take cloudy, low 60's and low humidity over anything over 75 or 80. I don't know how those AZ folks do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2rider1964 View Post
    I don't know how those AZ folks do it.
    In Phx, on the trail by 5-5:30am and off by 9, 6:30pm ish and later during the summer. Or head up to cooler climates. Invest in sweatbusters and 3L hydropacks! And having a pool to jump in afterward is a bonus.

    But I'll take it vs. being cold. I'm miserable in temps below about 50.

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    I prefer 70 and sunny, but living in FL, I don't get that very often. Yesterday was 90 and sun, did 25 miles of single track. Today was the same, and 37 miles of paved trail riding, with a lunch stop in the middle.

    If I were to let the weather dictate all my rides, I probably would not be riding that much.


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    Time: After 5am and before 12pm.

    Temp: above 0deg

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    50 degrees f and above Is fine with me, I make my own heat :P
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    The Florida summers, hot, humid and 90 plus are where I ride my best.
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    Between 60 & 70 degrees, overcast (bright sun makes shadows on the trail that makes it hard to pick out obstacles) light breeze, dry trail, any time of day.

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    Less than 40F, because I wish it never went over 40F anywhere, ever.
    Since I spend a lot of my free time hiking and backpacking fall through spring, I end up doing most of my mountain biking and kayaking when it's warm.
    Posted this in the sticky thread the other day. I live in Alabama, so unfortunately it's nowhere near 40F around here at the moment.
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    60-80 degrees, but here in TX we see that maybe 15-20 days a year. Here recently, anything dry since we've had a ton of rain (sorry Cali guys, wish I could have sent some west).
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmanxj View Post
    In Phx, on the trail by 5-5:30am and off by 9, 6:30pm ish and later during the summer. Or head up to cooler climates. Invest in sweatbusters and 3L hydropacks! And having a pool to jump in afterward is a bonus.

    But I'll take it vs. being cold. I'm miserable in temps below about 50.
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    Lucky for me, I seem to have a wide range of tolerance for temps. Count me in between 32 degrees and 110. The ideal though conditions: late morning, early afternoon, 70's, some clouds, light wind, low humidity and cold beverage at the end.
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    I prefer anything 60 degrees to 90 daytime temps (which is over 300 days per year) but will ride in super high heat. Here is So-Cal it's not uncommon to have a couple weeks of temps over 100, and I usually try to ride earlier in the day. Below 50 degrees is not really my thing to ride but I've done it. I really dislike riding in high wind more than anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Alright I cracked under pressure. I like mornings preferably, but I'll take an evening ride any time. Spring and fall are my favorite times to ride. Temps are ideal at 65 degrees but I'll have a pleasurable ride anywhere from 55 to 80 degrees. Anything past 80 or under 55 and I'm a grumpy bastard.
    Well, that means I'm a big ***** cat, because I'm about the same. If it's not between 60 and 85, I'm not going to ride. And, I don't ride if my bike is going to get mud on it. It's a good thing I live in So. Cal.! I do have some lights coming, so I'm going to venture out on warm nights.

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    ^^ Nothing quite like a good night ride with warm summer breezes. It's a whole new venue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zomby Woof (MCM700) View Post
    60's and low humidity.
    Yep, this. It's often 100+ here in summer so I'm riding first thing in the morning or not at all.

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    As a Wisconsinite I embrace the cold. My ideal riding conditions are dry, and between 20 and 60 degrees, although I really like It between 25 and 50. But I will ride at any temp between 110 degrees going down The Whole Enchilada and a 7 degree New Year's Day. This year in Wisconsin it didn't snow that much until January 2nd and got a ride in on the 1st. Lucky me!

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    I prefer to ride early morning (7:30ish). Allows me to have the rest of the day for the family. I will take anything without humidity, but love when it is 50-65. My second favorite is 20-28 degrees and dry. No bugs, and the ground gets fast when it is frozen hard.

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    I live and ride in the SoCal high desert so sun and wind are my usual riding buddies, however every once in a while we get overcast sky with no wind and mild temps, and on those days, I ride it like I stole it.

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